Omokoroa Community Conversation

Consultation has concluded

The engagement for the community conversation phase has now finished. Thank you for taking part! From sharing your story about what makes Western Bay special to you, to attending one of the community conversations and giving us your feedback. We're now going through all your opinions and ideas. And we'll check in with you later with the main themes of what you've told us and the next steps in regards to our 10-year plan for the District. Stay tuned!


Welcome to Omokoroa's Community Conversation - we're excited you're here!

Here you can give feedback or comment on any community project or topic.

Simply enter your comments in the conversation below - it's that easy.

Your responses will show us what matters to you, what you want for your community's future and where you stand on projects and issues. These conversations are pivotal in creating the District's Long Term Plan 2018-2028. To stay in touch with this project use the sign up tool.

Thank you to everyone who came to the Omokoroa Community Conversation event at the Boat Club on May 6. Feedback from this event has been summarised on this site.

If you missed it, give your feedback online here instead or come to the drop-in event.

The engagement for the community conversation phase has now finished. Thank you for taking part! From sharing your story about what makes Western Bay special to you, to attending one of the community conversations and giving us your feedback. We're now going through all your opinions and ideas. And we'll check in with you later with the main themes of what you've told us and the next steps in regards to our 10-year plan for the District. Stay tuned!


Welcome to Omokoroa's Community Conversation - we're excited you're here!

Here you can give feedback or comment on any community project or topic.

Simply enter your comments in the conversation below - it's that easy.

Your responses will show us what matters to you, what you want for your community's future and where you stand on projects and issues. These conversations are pivotal in creating the District's Long Term Plan 2018-2028. To stay in touch with this project use the sign up tool.

Thank you to everyone who came to the Omokoroa Community Conversation event at the Boat Club on May 6. Feedback from this event has been summarised on this site.

If you missed it, give your feedback online here instead or come to the drop-in event.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
  • When is the public of Omokoroa going to observe the dog control rules ie picking up the dog poo from our lovely reserves and walkways particularly around Western Avenue - Links View

    mary asked about 2 years ago

    Hi Mary, thank you for your question. All we can do is encourage dog owners to do the right thing and pick up their dog's poo from public areas. There is signage in place and our dog rules state owners must carry a means of disposing of their dog's poo when they're walking their dogs in public.

  • Slip prevention - existing horizontal drains. How do we know these drains will continue to be effective in the future.? Is there the potential for them to get clogged with clay particles or for the open ends of them to become covered in with clay when slip material falls and buries them?

    Clare asked about 2 years ago

    Thanks for your question Clare. Really there is no guarantee the drains will not block or fail, for any number of reasons, which is why we always say the drains help, but cannot be relied upon as a sole solution.

    In the meantime, where the drains exist above the rock level, they are always monitored and maintained.